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. taking a look at the temperatures. this is extreme weather. it's 70 degrees in atlanta. 28 in kansas city. up here, temperatures are well below zero again. that's not wind chill. that's air temperature. cold and warm never like to clash. doesn't matter what season it is. when they touch each other, when there is a big enough cold front you can always get the threat of tornadoes. >> where do we think the threat is going? >> the cells are ahead of the line moving through alabama into georgia. atlanta will be affected in the next two, three hour. maybe less if a storm pops up not on radar at this point. the storms are rotating, so the storm itself is going around. the back of the storm becomes a meso cyclone or a low pressure system. if you are in the tornado watch box buy an app for the smartphone, get an old weather radio. keep it on if you are in the warm zone. in the cold zone, you're clear. you may get snow. if you walk outside and go, man, it's hot today. why is it hot? if you're saying that, you are in the danger zone. >> i said it this morning. it's warm in atlanta. we'll watch and w
to pennsylvania. among the hardest-hit spots, georgia, about 60 miles north of atlanta. a news crew for wsb witnessed a dramatic tornado touchdown. >> we could see circulation in the clouds right here. it looks like a tornado right near downtown cartersville at this moment. going towards i-75. again, a tornado. >> some more on what that twister left behind in a moment. so one person died as did a man in tennessee who we now know is 47-year-old vernon hartsell. he was killed when a tree fell on to a shed that he was inside. miguel marquez has more on the devastation and the cleanup. what can you tell us? >> good morning. we're not very far from where that man died. apparently a tree fell on a mobile home he was in. that's where he was killed. this is a storm that packed a 1,000 mile punch. >> we can see circulation in the clouds. >> reporter: a reporter from atlanta affiliate wsb caught one twister as it touched down. >> towards i-75. >> reporter: in its path, utter destruction. this is main street in adairsville, tornado tornado. you can see devastation on that side of the street. the truck
, richmond and atlanta. some time around 10:00 a.m. and through montgomery. fast-moving storms that will bring winds with it. it's going to be 70 in d.c. then the storms will roll through. tomorrow we have snow on the backside of this storm. i'll give you the snow totals and details a little later. >> thanks so much. >>> a stretch of the mighty mississippi is closed. and which business stories will be moving your money today. >>> plus a medical miracle involving arm transplants. this is a story you have to hear to believe. you're watching "first look." [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit to apply. or that printing in color had to cost a
to miguel marquez, he's 60 miles north of atlanta. miguel, we saw the picture here of this tornado. tell me what you're seeing on the ground right now. >> a wide swath of damage through adairsville, it looks like, for the most part. there is a hotel that has been shredded by this storm. there is a plant that makes heavy machinery shredded by this tornado. there are several businesses along the adairsville highway, just off i-75 that have been damaged. there are power lines down throughout the area. trees are down, smashed into cars, trailers overturned, trailers damaged as well. we have seen a couple of neighborhoods where there is fairly significant damage to trailer homes. not clear where that person died, but it is not very far from where i am right now. it is still raining very hard here. the rain has been consistent. it has let up just a little bit. the other thing that is interesting, we left atlanta about 45 minutes ago, maybe an hour ago. the temperature was about 66 degrees there. it has dropped to 58 here. we're getting into the zone where the temperature changes and it is a dange
. right now in new orleans 66 in atlanta. that will help continue to hest the storms. that is where we are seeing severe outbreak. ainsley and heather we are looking at cold air behind the storm system and there's a wintery side to it. >> warm weather, cold weather. it's a roller-coaster. thanks very much maria. >> the top five stories making news for you at this hour. we have a developing tostory. a 6-year-old remains a victim of a hostage situation having spent hours in an under ground bunker with a gunman. the incident started around 4:00 p.m. yesterday. the 65-year-old suspect boarded a school bus shot the driver multiple times and grabbed the boy. >> he started telling him he needed a kid because something about the law coming after him and he shot the bus driver and the driver's foot was on the gas and we went backwards and everybody started screaming and the bus driver was still there. we all got off the bus and went to the neighbor's house. >> terrifying. the bus driver later died. according to local reports swat team members are on the scene. they have been communicating with
, sleet and black ice posing a threat from the mid south to the northeast. jennifer joins us from atlanta. >> you have the rain there, but we're still talking about freezing rain affecting the tennessee valley as well as the lower mississippi valley. the radar is lighting up with rain. you can see the wintry mix. as we zoom in for you, for areas like eastern tennessee as well as into kentucky, you'll be dealing with that wintry mix. we are seeing thing things clearing out to the west and down towards the south, including parts of alabama as well as into georgia, including atlanta. heavy rainfall some of these locations we're talking another one to two inches of rainfall. up to the north, snow is going to be the big story. we're already getting that report for areas like new york as well as into central parts of connecticut as well as into pennsylvania. as we help you time this out for you, for the ice storm warning, it will really come to an end about 6:00 a.m. central time for areas including parts of the lower mississippi valley. and for regions like pittsburgh as well as into parts of
in georgia about 60 miles northwest of atlanta. one man was killed when a tree crashed through his mobile home. the storm tossed trucks around the interstate like match sticks. >> i cracked the door and it didn't give me time. when it got inside it tossed me into the bedroom and i went in the bathroom. it seemed like it would never be over. >> the system spawned least seven tornadoes through the southeast yesterday. damage was reported from georgia to virginia. another man was killed in tennessee. meteorologist david bernard of our miami station wfor is following the severe weather system. >> it's been a rough 48 hours for the eastern two-thirds of the country. income, we can take a look at the map that shows ought of the storm reports since tuesday. those blue areas, over 500 reports of wind damage across the midwest and southeastern united states and within those we have a couple dozen reports of tornadoes where we had a damaging tornado particularly in northern georgia during the day on wednesday. but the good news is the bad weather has moved out and the cooler and dryer is moving in
of michigan and wisconsin. the biggest threat of severe weather is still from atlanta and southeast ward. that's where the tornado potentially is right now and maybe even up into the piedmont of north carolina and virginia. the big story is how all of this happened. atlanta, 70 degrees today, now down to 63, as miguel said. it is is cooling down. it's 10 degrees below zero in minot, north dakota. with windchill and heat index, it's even more sublime than that. topeka kansas has gone down 38 degrees where philadelphia was up. by this morning the cold air down in past the 24 hours and atlanta is getting cooler. st. louis is 34 degrees cooler than it was. part of the up and down of the jet stream is the energy between the cold and the warm. it is 80 and the feels like temperature in key west, it feels like 806789 the feels like wind temperature in minot is a negative 34. that's 114 degrees difference across the continental u.s., wolf. >> even here in the nation's capital, washington, d.c., was in the 20s and got in the 50s and 60s. it's going up and down. what's happening here? >> if you are stil
day. that severe weather is moving up the east coast with powerful wind from atlanta to boston. we also have heavy rain in d.c., new jersey, and new york. more than a foot of lake-effect snow around western pennsylvania, upstate new york and michigan. rain and mountain snow in the northwest. 50s from seattle to portland. 15 below zero in fargo. single digits. indianapolis, omaha. 50s and falling in the northeast. >> very different day here than yesterday. for sure. >> yes. another from the, "we wouldn't show it to you if it didn't go in" file. talking basketball here. the high school variety. >> came right at the end of the first half on tuesday. a game between two team from rhode island, here we go. waiting for it. wait for it here. did we see it? yeah, that was senior ben gerard, merville high school, the captain, leading scorer, player of the game. see it again. there, missed it the first time. >> that may be luck. you don't practice that shot, right. that may not be skill. luck. >> everybody in their backyard hoop, school, practices the half court hoop. >> that wasn't like a. >
the potential flooding there, we have flooding in atlanta, western north carolina has already had 6 inches of rain. they're doing water rescues there. while it is snowing in chicago. so a sign of change, certainly, to make its way to the east. here comes this cold front, a long night for washington. again, this watch going out until 2:00 a.m. we'll still see storms there. here comes the cold front, finally clearing the east coast by about noontime tomorrow. so we're going to see temperatures drop off by about 30 degrees. so a snap back to reality, brian, with cold winds and temperature wind chills in the teens. >> all right, jim cantore, thank you for being with us. >>> think for a moment about the candle power and the political fire power the state of massachusetts used to have in the u.s. senate. for almost 25 years after all their two senators were ted kennedy and john kerry. ted kennedy died two-and-a-half years ago. today john kerry said farewell to his senate home of a quarter century as he now becomes secretary of state. and for a time today during his farewell, he found it too toug
-offs continue this afternoon with atlanta hosting seattle followed by houston at new england. here on cbs. thousands took part in seattle's snow day yesterday. participants earned a spot in the guiness book of records for the world's largest snowball fight, dethroning the current champion south korea. now for today's forecast, mild and wet in the east. cold in the plains and beyond. the week ahead will bring with it more typical january weather. next, who watches the border watchers? >> ultimately they want you to look like a fool. >> osgood: later the real story of real housewife bethenny @? >> osgood: when it comes to securing our southern border, at least a few border agents have been stepping over the line ethically speaking. we've seen some americans living near the border feeling not very secure. sharyl attkisson now with our cover story along the border between arizona and mexico. >> reporter: john lab owns 14,000 wild acres in southern arizona, straight up against the mexican border. it's land that's become extremely valuable for something besides ranching. >> come on. reporter: f
for a half hour. pittsburgh, d.c., richmond, atlanta, all the way down through the deep south. you get the picture here. also on the backside, we have a winter storm through iowa and wisconsin. we're only expecting 3 to 6 inches of snow in des moines. high impacts today at the airports. it will be extremely windy throughout the afternoon and evening as the storms will roll through. d.c., late this afternoon. busy weather todayday. let's turn now to sports. two of the most visible athletes have been linked to performance enhancing drugs. we start with major league baseball with reports naming alex rod reegs named on a list from an anti-ageing clinic that dispensed p.e.d.s to a-rod. they are looking at voiding the remaining five years left on a-rod's contract. his take on the situation. are the yankees going to end up paying him? >> i don't think so. you have probably seen him in a yankees uniform for the last time. you're probably going to see him in the batters box because of all of this. >> let me be selfish. one of my most prized possessions. i went against a-rod's team. he was a sec
'll want to seek shelter. atlanta, heading through pittsburgh, west virginia, and then afternoon traveling through much of the carolinas. again, all eyes, best chance of tornadoes is in the state of tennessee. thankfully, no fatalities overnight. we'll talk about the snowstorm going on in the northern plains later. that's a look at the national forecast. now a look outside your window. >> so we have the snow on the back side of the storm, too. we have winter storm warnings that extend pretty much from iowa all the way up to wisconsin. we could see as much as six inches of snow today. a lot of travel at the airports is go to come a disaster. the high winds with the storm system, trying to fly in the eastern half of the country today is going to be a major challenge. >> bad news for travelers. >>> well, a 16-mile stretch of the mighty mississippi is closed halting trade for dozens of ships. and we'll tell you which business stories are worth keeping an eye on today. plus, new york city billionaire mayor just gave vice president biden a compliment that any man could be proud of. details in tw
is at the department of transportation in atlanta with a look at how they are gearing up for this winter storm. denise. >> not sure denise can hear us. we will try to check back in with her. snow and ice expected to come across in large portions. >> including the state of north carolina. >> 18 minutes after the hour. coming up is the chapel for soldiers in afghanistan. why is the army being ordered to remove the crosses from the chapel of all places. >> did you notice a lot of missing money from your paycheck this past week? every american has taken a hit thanks to tax hikes. that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice savings. personal finances expert vera gibbons explains next. i have low testosterone. there, i said it. how did i know? well, i didn't really. see, i figured low testosterone would decrease my sex drive... but when i started losing energy and became moody... that's when i had an honest conversation with my doctor. we discussed all the symptoms... then he gave me some blood tests. showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number -- not just me. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have a
. so be aware of your surroundings. what we'll see towards the afternoon, atlanta some severe weather and through the evening, anywhere from mid-atlantic all the way down through the southeast, this threat will remain. here's where the threat area is. all the way down through the southeast and that won't be the end of the story. this whacky weather will continue. the air is diving down back to the south and all that cold air will go over the great lakes and tap into all the moisture it's been pulling out of the gulf and with that heavy snow and lake-effect snow will be back in the raft. so, yes, this whacky weather not ending any time soon. >> stay with us. it is a tense morning with the threat of severe weather. >>> it is 5 past the hour. the buzz is building on on wall street. the dow and s&p 500 both flirting with all-time highs. isn't that good news. stocks closed higher yesterday with the dow settling within 50 points of the 14,000 mark. it is the dow's highest level in five years and it's about 200 points shy of an all-time high. the s&p 500 closed at 1508 yesterday, less than 6
'clock where you are today. san francisco against atlanta. atlanta first time he they won a playoff game since the early 50's, excuse me, they went to the super bowl themselves, so, what do you say 49ers have equally frustrated on the road in championship games. how do you see this playing out? >> i think, you know what? san francisco is a great team, but atlanta last week learned how to get over the hump and come back and make it happen. >> steve: so you think it's going to be atlanta? >> i think it's going to be atlanta. i'm a sentimentalist, and tony gonzalez is there and i don't get into picking games, but go falcons. >> brian: you just did, rich. >> i know i did. >> steve: you're picking atlanta. >> we booked you and-- >> he doesn't want trouble at the airport and the game tonight at 6:30, it's going to be the ravens versus patriots. who do you like there? >> i like the ravens. >> you like the ravens. >> another sentimental choice. >> why that? because tom brady does almost as poorly against the ravens as he does against the giants? >> no, i just, i'm going with the sentimental tune, ray
of the hardest-hit spots was adairsville, georgia, 60 miles north of atlanta. one person there died as did a man in pntennessee. let's get right to miguel marquez. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: good morning there, soledad. the person who died here in adairsville died fairly close to where we were standing right now. he was in a manufactured home and a tree killed him. this storm packed a thousand-mile punch. >> we could see circulation in the clouds. >> reporter: a reporter from atlanta affiliate wsb caught one twister as it touched down. >> slashing toward i-75. again, a tornado -- >> reporter: in its path, utter destruction. >> this is main street in adairsville, georgia. this is exactly where that tornado hit. you can see devastation on that side of the street, the trucks completely destroyed here. and on this side was a normal day of work here at the plant where they make parts for tractors. complete devastation. 50 to 100 people working here today, all of them fine. across this entire area, trucks, everythin everything, shredded. at the plant justin carnes and his fellow employees took
says they belong. for "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> a lot of people seeing it today. let's see what happens. >>> let's get the weather from ginger zee, in for sam. >> and i told you about the santa anas coming in southern california. these are the counties. los angeles county had a 70-mile-per-hour wind gust. riverside, 64 miles per hour. san diego, 63. plenty of wind to talk about. this is what it does when you have a high-profile vehicle. it flips it. this is devore, california. that same high pressure system now going to move into the center of the nation. on the backside, we'll see a moderating trend. everyone's going, thank goodness. it's been a little bit cold. chicago gets to 35 on sunday. above average for atlanta on sunday at 60. new york city, by sunday, will get to 41. again, we've been subfreezing. so, that's going to feel good. your local forecast is coming up. >> plenty of cold staying up in minneapolis. it is 18 for a high today. could be worse. right? >> i love this. >>> coming up here, justin bieber speaking out after the shocking dea
atlanta so we really are seeing things here develop quite quickly and this is going to be the story as we go throughout the day today, we'll warm up throughout the afternoon, going to see a lot more instability and the line of storms just stay ahead of that cold front pushing off to the east. as far as where we'll be looking at through the evening hours we're talking about the line of storms still affecting us from the mid-atlantic through the kout southeast areas overnight tonight. >> let's get back to chief charles shannon. he's have nashville emergency management as we mentioned. chief, we just looked at where the storms are going and how fast they're moving. what does it look like where you are? >> well actually what we have now is rain left over from the storms that we had last night, actually this morning between 2:00 and 4:00. there was some gusts of winds that actually didn't reach the 120 mark measurement. we had one fatality here in nashville where a tree actually did fall into a house, a makeshift house with the person that was killed. what we're seeing now, we're just now gett
at the possibility of tornadoes. here is a closer look at the tornado warning to the north and west of atlanta and georgia. on the northern side of the storm system we are talking about snowfall, winter storm warnings right now in effect across iowa, wisconsin with up to eight inches of snow possible, factor in the wind and it is going to feel very cold. i want to show you why we're looking at this risk for severe weather. it's been very warm. tuesday we set a number of record-high temperatures. it was 63 degrees in chicago yesterday. today you're looking at temperatures in chicago only into the upper 30s, and it's that sharp contrast with the hot temperatures, the cold temperatures that fires up this violent weather. >> reporter: a wild ride with rough weather over the next several hours, thank you for the update. jon: we have a massive recall to tell you about involving some of the best selling cars in the country, details on that coming up. and new information on a desperate standoff in alabama, a man kills a bus driver, kidnaps a six-year-old and holes up apparently in an underground bunke
in atlanta. more like something you would see in spring. snow showers on the back end of this system on the western lakes. that's on wednesday. we'll have a se voer threat continuing through the southeast wednesday and includes the atlanta area. cold air starts to filter into the high plains, tuesday and wednesday gets much, much colder for you. we hold on to some of the mild air here into the southeast and across the east coast. and by thursday, scattered snow showers for the interior northeast. colder air over the ohio valley and the northeast. meanwhile, it's quieter in the west. punxsutawney feel, 28 degrees roughly there around the philly area. wick up with al 5:30 a.m. weekday mornings on the weather channel. [ coughs ] [ angry gibberish ] [ justin ] mulligan sir. mulligan. take a mulligan. i took something for my sinuses, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] truth is, a lot of sinus products don't treat cough. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope, but alka seltzer plus severe sinus does it treats your worst sinus symptoms, plus that annoying cough. [ angry gibberish
is live in atlanta on this story now. what happened, elizabeth? >> reporter: melinda herman was home alone with her children last friday when she called her husband donnie. he was at work in atlanta. they live 45 minutes west of atlanta. she heard an intruder break it into her home. that is when she called her husband. the phone call you're listening to is between her husband and the 911 operator. he was on another phone. he had just taken his wife to a gun range to teach her how to shoot the gun. listen. >> he is in the bedroom. relax. just remember, everything that i showed you. everything that i taught you, all right? she shot him. she is shooting him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. >> okay. shoe shoot him gain!. shoot him! oh, no. >> she came out of the attic. she is screaming at him? >> she shot him a lot. >> reporter: police say melinda herman shot paul slater five times hitting him in the face. the mug shot we have is from 2008. bill? bill: just to be clear, elizabeth. he is talking to 911 operate or one phone and listening to his wife on another is that
might be known as a rapper but here in atlanta he's known for 11 kids and 10 baby mamas. >> the decision comes after more than 37,000 people signed a petition against it calling the show offensive to mothers and innocent children. >>> there's a lot of talk about how much violence there is in hollywood tv shows and movies. we asked the stars what impact they think it has on viewers. trace gallagher has more from los angeles. >> guns in movies have been a staple since the beginning of cinema. >> you don't just kill a guy like that. >> i just did. >> with gun control and gun violence a hot button issue across the country in washington we talk to the stars of two new movies in which guns play a big role. >>> a movie theater shooting scene was removed from gangster squad after the theater massacre. it doesn't cause real life violence. >> you are going to be begging for a bullet before it's over. >> in the history of film making you have the use of weapons and violence and the history of story telling. and i think that it is a shame in my opinion, my humble opinion when hollywood becomes a sca
as the eye can see in this town about an hour north of atlanta. again, a funnel just crossing the interstate here in adairsville. for 20 minutes an f-2 tornado with wind estimated at 125 miles an hour demolished homes and businesses and pulled down power lines. >> there was no warnings from no sirens, no nothing. >> i was so scared it just picked me up and slinged me three times. >> reporter: overturned cars littered major georgia roads. and the twister picked up 18-cheelers and tossed them around like toys. >> i couldn't believe it picked my truck up and flipped it over lick that. i mean, i can't believe it. >> reporter: one person was killed in georgia. another death reported in tennessee when a tree fell on a shed where a man sought shelter. tornados there packed winds up to 115 miles an hour causing more misery. in indiana, a storm system left thousands in the dark and destroyed dozens of homes. >> i didn't know if i was going to make it through it or not. >> reporter: extreme weather marching across the country brought heavy rains and flooding to other areas. strong winds blew through n
. atlanta, partly sunny, 62. st. louis, sunny, 40. denver, sunny, 49 degrees. morning fog in seattle, 43 degrees. >>> a 5-year-old philadelphia girl abducted from school is back home this morning. on monday a woman wearing muslim-style clothing and posing as the girl's mother walked into the girl's classroom and took her. yesterday a passer-by passed her huddled and shivering, wearing a t-shirt. >> when i was walking past the playground i heard a scream saying help, help. when i heard it when i was going down, i seen, you know, the little girl underneath the slide. she only had a t-shirt on and it was wet. she didn't have nothing else on. she was bare-footed, she was cold, she was shivering. >> the man will receive a $10,000 award. the police are still searching for the suspect. >>> a bizarre discovery at a chicago o'hare airport. screeners found 18 human heads packed in luggage. probably not what you think though. the skulls came from rome and are intended for medical research. u.s. customs agents discovered the 18 skulls while ex-raying luggage. they're being held b
. >> and with the great attitude. >> that's right. >> alexandra steel is at the weather senter in atlanta. good morning you to. >> good morning to you. all right, jennifer is out, the temperature is 30. the wind chill, what it feels like for her is 24 degrees. i want to show you the big picture. there are mitigating factors with this storm. there is a lot of dry air. you can see chicago has not seen one inch of snow since february 24th all last year. so in the last almost 11 months they have not seen an inch of snow. will they pull out an inch with this? i don't know if they're going to. mitigating factors for this being a big winter storm, one, a lot of dry air. also what is happening is the gulf isn't open so there is no moisture coming in to enhance any rain or snow or freezing rain. so that being said, i don't think this is going to be a blockbuster. here's nashville where jennifer is. you can see barely any ice coming through. and you can see it's very dry. so even what we are looking at is called virga. it's falling from the sky. the atmosphere at the surface is so dry, nothing is coming to the g
.c. and atlanta both in the high 60s and can expect some rain. st. louis afternoon flurries, a high of 46. denver, partly sunny, high of 44, seattle, rain and 50. >>> i don't know if this is for the cat lovers or cat haters. they may be cute and cudably but they kill more animals than we thought. both domestic and free roaming kill up to 3.7 million birds and 20 billion other animals each year. that's a lot more than previous studies which suggested they kill 500 million a year. >>> an iraq veteran who lost all four limbs in an attack is speaking out about a remarkable surgery that gave him two new arms. bigad shaban has that story. >>> brendan wheeled himself into his own news conference. six weeks after his arms transplant he seemed comfortable with his new limbs. >> i never accepted the fact that i didn't have arms. now that i have them again it's almost like it never happened. it's like i went back four years, and i'm me again. >> reporter: four years ago morocco lost his arms and four legs to a roadside bomb. a year later he told cbs news which loss was greater. >> without legs you can still
. >> to you guys he might be known as a rapper but in atlanta he's known for having 11 kids and 10 baby mama's. >>brian: for all his baby's mama's, here's bad news. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: you take a couple of days off and they cancel "all my baby's mamas." >>gretchen: must have been signing all the petitions. >>brian: the guy's rich any way. we shouldn't feel bad for him. >>steve: first welcome back from a couple of days off down in the sun, i think. >>brian: right. i was in -- turks and caicos. >>gretchen: i feel sorry for those children in that situation, not necessarily the babies' daddy. we have breaking news. a chopper goes down in the middle of london, leaving the pilot and passenger dead. it happened south of the thames river near the british spy agency and 10 pwhraobgs from the waterloo -- blocks from the waterloo train station. the horrific scene unfolding at the height of the morning commute when thousands of people were trying to get to work. >> we just heard an explosion. it sounded like a fighter plane flying over. we thought it was a terrorist attack and we kept s
pushing east toward atlanta through alabama as we go toward lunch with the potential for damaging winds and possibly a few isolated tornadoes, and then later this afternoon, into the overnight tonight the heavy rain and thunderstorm will work up through the appalachians into western pennsylvania and western virginia. around the thunderstorms themselves there still could be some strong wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour in the southeast and up to 60 miles an hour in the mid-atlantic and northeast. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike augustyniak in minneapolis. >>> the commerce department says the economy shrank 0.1% in the last quarter of 2012 that hasn't happened since the recession ended in 2009. experts blame one-time factors including fewer exports, and the impact of superstorm sandy. rebecca jarvis will have more in the next half hour. >>> gun control debate on capitol hill today. nancy cordes is on capitol hill good morning. sxwrr >> reporter: good morning to you and to our viewers in the west. the hearing is getting under way at this hour with prominent figures from bot
that the boy may be trying to get to his father who lives in atlanta. >>> the, -- the fbi has spent a second day excavating in a well. this search may be just the beginning. bounty hunters say there are many other well sites near by where the killers likely buried their victims. here is a closer look now at the area in the town of linden where the digging is happening. a search of a well near a farmhouse turned up human bones last year. the new well current by being dug up is just down the road. >>> thieves have broken into the oakland museum of california making off with valuable historic artifacts. the museum says a era gold box was stolen. back in november thieves also broke into the museum and made off with gold nuggets and other artifacts. the museum has issued a press conference tomorrow to discuss the items stolen and also offer a reward. >>> the new board was sworn in and convened for the first time. two new members are joining nine returns board members. the ceremony set the stage for a vote on board president to serve for the next two years. >> i would like to nominate supervisor k
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